Re: Build/release query (was Communication)

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> On Tue, 2002-09-24 at 04:17, Pat Costello wrote:
> > So, does everyone make a public announcement every time you do a putback, 
> > in case there is a knock-on effect on some other item in the same module? 
> > Clearly, not. Therefore, the incident with the user guide putback was not a 
> > communication issue, rather a generic process issue. 
> > 
> The communication issue is in not letting the maintainer know when
> committing changes that would break the building of the module.
> Chris

Right. Well, Sun Microsystems is logged in the Doctable as the maintainer for 
the User Guide. Is there a misunderstanding between "Documentation Maintainer" 
and "Module Maintainer"? 


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